Grateful Dead Live at Merriweather Post Pavilion on 1984-06-27
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Friend Of The Devil
Little Red Rooster
My Brother Esau
Let It Grow
Help On The Way ->
Franklin's Tower ->
Estimated Prophet ->
Eyes Of The World ->
Why Don't We Do It In The Road ->
Morning Dew ->
Throwing Stones ->
Not Fade Away
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|Friend Of The Devil ->|
|Little Red Rooster|
|My Brother Esau|
|Let It Grow|
|Help On The Way ->|
|Franklin's Tower ->|
|Estimated Prophet ->|
|Eyes Of The World ->|
|Why Don't We Do It In The Road? ->|
|Morning Dew ->|
|Throwing Stones ->|
|Not Fade Away|
Nakamichi 300 -> Cassette Master -> CD (By Steve Ziemba) supplies:
Loser (0:00 - 0:08)
Franklin's Tower (7:37 - 7:53)
Drums (0:00 - 0:02)
Space (6:01 - 6:21)
-- Set 2 is seamless
- 2008-02-23 21:07:18
- Dat (Sony R500) -> Samplitude Professional v9.11 -> FLAC
- Columbia, MD
- Run time
- Transferred by
- Charlie Miller
Subject: Phil Zone
Love- the let it Grow, cumberland, HSF, DEW. Pretty much everything else as well Lol
Subject: bread crumb
Set 1 - dynamic; Bobby still can't get the slide thing down (or was that Healy lowering his volume?), but everything is very solidly played - Let it Grow is as fluid as you expect...
Set 2 - Give it up for that Slipknot - ***maybe*** one of the best I've heard from the 80s - they definitely take it way out there...the Beatles bit there is a throwaway bone pre-drums - and, yes, give it up again for Jer's Morning Dew out of Space - beautiful stuff.
It's fun to hear an '84 show that doesn't sound like '84 typically does. They carefully dial this one in just right - unhurried, most lyrics nailed, some blistering Jerry fretwork - check this one out if you haven't.
Subject: very very very very very good. That's 5 "very"s.
Subject: my thoughts only....
As far as this show went,I loved it Loved the summer tours and Yes i was apart of all of them from 81 to 89. 82 being the year i was on board full time threw to fall of 89. Loved the why don't we do it the road. Also concer with reviewer belowing on The Morning Dews of 80's Loved them more in the early 80's That said i love the 3 2 87 DEW and my favortie of all time is hampton spring of 84. Sorry to ramble, just my thoughts not everyone elses. rest well and enjoy life
Subject: 28 Years Ago Today...
Subject: Outstanding show
Anyway, Jerry looked like shit, barely moving, and his voice was creaky at best. However his guitar playing is/was stellar and he's not the only one who's on for this show. I have to give props to Brent and rest of the lads as well.
The Loser is wonderful, Let It Grow is among my favorite versions of the song ever. Check out Jerry's insane shredding! Wow. The Morning Dew out of Space is at first wonderfully spacey and then gets really strong.
Not everything is wonderful, the transition from Estimated to Eyes is pretty much a trainwreck tho individually the songs both shine. Overall the show is raw, heartfelt and creative. I don't know why '84 gets slagged by the fans because it had some fantastic shows and this is one of them.
Subject: Amazing Show!
Subject: A Great Night
I was at this show and it was greta on many levels, song selection and performance, plus the treat of Do it in teh Road which went over extremely well, a precursor to the 11.2 breakout of Gimme Some Lovin. An awesome second set, easily in the top 10 of '84 with Augusta, 7.13 & 15, 11.2, 10.14, 4.27, etc. The latter part of the '84 summer tour was graet and these shows started that momentum.
I would love to see reviewers qualify their review - i.e. were they there - opr are theu giving simply a "taper's" perpsective. Twop very different things. I have no problem with people who werent there reviewing shows, they can comment on quality of recording as well as anyone - but don;t tell me '84 was a slack year because they have no idea whta they are talking about. I have seen people on here bash '85 becase of how bad Jerrys voice was, yet those were some of the most incredible shows I evr saw, that they ever played. I rememebr Stu Nixon writing an article in Golden Road at the end of '85 saying it was his favorite year, and he had been seing them since '69.
And as always - a huge, huge thankls to Mr. Charlie Miller, who's efforts are appreciated beyond description by us mid-'80's Heads.
Subject: Phil's Presence Establishes
The bass guitar is so well recorded and thereby so omni-present that it allows the hearer to discern every instrument in ensemble. Phil's playing is so articulated that you can detect every nuance emanated from off his hard felt pick.
A beautiful work.
Subject: Great Show
the bass response is just mind boggling
up there with the berkeley shows in terms of performance, phil is just having fun